Basil Essential OIL
chemical free (solvent free extraction)
Ocimum Basilicum (Basil) Oil.
Basil has a sweet, spicy, fresh scent with a faint balsamic woody back note and a lasting sweetness that makes for a strong top note.
With a naturally sweet, warm, spicy and herbal smell, basil oil can be used in multiple ways both internally and topically.
Basil essential oil Add to a bath,vaporizer,diffused or candles
Reducing disease-causing inflammation
Fighting free radical damage
Increasing urine output
Stimulating the nervous system
Stimulating the adrenal cortex
While fresh basil herbs are also beneficial and a great way to flavor recipes, basil essential oil is much more concentrated and potent.
The compounds found in basil oil are steam-distilled from fresh basil leaves, stems and flowers to form an extract that contains high levels of antioxidants and other beneficial phyto-chemicals.
The result is an effective and completely natural formula that helps treat cardiovascular, muscular, emotional and immune-related conditions.
The aromatic character of each type of basil is determined by the plant’s exact.
Basil essential oil (from sweet basil) primarily consists of monoterpenes and phenylpropanoids.
methyl eugenol (39.3 percent) and methyl chavicol (38.3 percent).
In the 16th century, powdered basil was used to treat migraines and chest infections.
The Eastern Orthodox Church used it in the making of holy water.
Parts of plants used: Leaf & Flowers
Suggested Uses .5 % -2% in lotions and liquids.
Can be used in diffuses-bath and jet tubs.
Safe to add to a tea depending on your discretion. Use at your own risk.
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